The puzzles are not very high quality, as the pieces are thin. Taking...
September 15 2021
The puzzles are not very high quality, as the pieces are thin. Taking the pieces apart from each other sometimes results in ripping the top layer of the puzzle piece.
One side is shinier than the other side, but there is not a huge distinct different, which is problematic if kids draw on both sides and then it's a trouble to figure out which side should face up and where the piece fits.
I've used these in family sessions where I give family members prompts of what to draw or write on each piece, so that at the end, they have a representation of how each of their unique traits fits together into their family as a whole.